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000170787 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.susc.2011.07.017
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000170787 245__ $$aTerephthalic acid adsorption on Si(111)-(root 3x root 3)-Bi surfaces: Effect of Bi coverage
000170787 269__ $$a2011
000170787 260__ $$c2011
000170787 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000170787 520__ $$aThe influence of the density of metallic atoms on the formation of supramolecular structures onto Si surface alloys is investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy. Terephthalic acid (TPA) adsorption experiments are performed on the Si(111) alpha- and beta-(root 3 x root 3)-Bi surfaces. Although both surfaces have the same unit cell with Bi atoms incorporated into the Si substrate, they show a completely different behavior in respect to the formation of the supramolecular arrays. TPA molecules do not build any regular structure and adsorb randomly on the a surface but self-assemble into ordered and extended layers on the beta surface. This demonstrates that the absence of dangling bonds in metal-Si surface alloys is not a sufficient condition for supramolecular self-assembly but that the surface density of metallic atoms is a further essential parameter. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
000170787 6531_ $$aScanning tunneling microscopy
000170787 6531_ $$aSupramolecular self-assembly
000170787 6531_ $$aSi-metal surface alloys
000170787 6531_ $$aSi(111) Surface
000170787 6531_ $$a2 Phases
000170787 6531_ $$aCoordination
000170787 6531_ $$aCu(100)
000170787 6531_ $$aFilms
000170787 6531_ $$aReconstruction
000170787 6531_ $$aSubstrate
000170787 6531_ $$aNetworks
000170787 6531_ $$aHydrogen
000170787 6531_ $$aCu(110)
000170787 700__ $$aSuzuki, T.
000170787 700__ $$aLutz, T.
000170787 700__ $$aCostantini, G.
000170787 700__ $$0240038$$aKern, K.$$g105546
000170787 773__ $$j605$$q1994-1998$$tSurface Science
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